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This I Confess to You In St Augustines Confessions Augustine writes his memoir in order to enlighten those whom read it Throughout his confession he is fairly straightforward when it comes to tell about his life his life struggles and ultimately conversion and God Although I mention these topics that Augustine elaborates on I will only write about his faith in the God he speaks about so freely and has such passion for Throughout the first pages of his confession Augustine makes quite a reference to God The sweetest Christian mystery infinity made flesh bread and wine is accomplished without the concept next to the flesh in a convulsion 4 Here it is definitely clear that he holds a strong sense of passion for his God and the Christian embrace on the worship of the one true God and his covenant When as I love my God I love a certain kind of light and a kind of voice and a kind of fragrance and a kind of meant and a kind of embraceEmbrace taste fragrancy voice and light which are if the inner human of me 5 Once again it is part of Augustine now to become one with the one Lord He is in all saying that when God is present he has become as He is In spirituality and in flesh See O Lord how great a space I have coursed over in my memory seeking thee 50 The entire Confession as a whole was an amazing piece to read I suppose that the reason for calling it Confessions is for the fact that is was somewhat in prayer form He knows God is consistently prepared to forgive those who have sinned and continue to sin but Augustine is somewhat lending credence to the all-forgiving nature of the Almighty Most importantly by praising the qualities of God the Merciful the Confessions leaves its readers safe in the
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